Mike Pence with Brian Kemp in 2018 campaign
Mike Pence will campaign with Brian Kemp Monday in Georgia. Kemp is running for reelection in the state. The only way Kemp can even come close in the race is with voter fraud.
Mike Pence refused to audit the results of the fraudulent 2020 election in January 2021. We now know that Democrats used ballot trafficking to steal every battleground state for Joe Biden.
And now Pence is campaigning with the Georgia Governor who fought election fraud investigators following the stolen election in his state.
Kemp’s campaign announced Friday morning that Pence will headline a get-out-the-vote rally for Kemp on Monday, May 23rd, the day before the vote. That puts Pence in direct conflict with Trump-endorsed candidate David Perdue, who has been trailing in the polls. Kemp is one of Trump’s top targets this election cycle because of his refusal to cooperate with Trump’s efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 election.
“Brian Kemp is my friend, a man dedicated to faith, family and the people of Georgia,” Pence said in a statement. “I am proud to offer my full support for four more years of Brian Kemp as governor of the great state of Georgia!”
The news comes as Pence has taken steps to distance himself from Trump as the former congressman and Indiana governor considers a 2024 presidential run that could put him into direct competition with his former boss.